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SEAFOOD SAUCES: from Anchovy Catchup to White Sauce

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SEAFOOD SAUCE RECIPES

 STORE SAUCES
 Anchovy Catchup (1851)
 Bechamel Sauce (1896)
 Caper Sauce (1896)
 Cucumber Sauce (1896)
 Drawn Butter Sauce (1896)
 English Sauce (1845)
 Fish Sauce (1903)
 Gooseberry Sauce (1845)
 Hollandaise Sauce I (1896)
 Hollandaise Sauce II (1896)
 Kitchiner's Fish Sauce (1851)
 Lemon Sauces (1903)
 Lobster Butter (1845)
 Lobster Catchup (1851)
 Lobster Sauce (1805)
 Lobster Sauce (1896)
 Steward's Sauce (1845)
 Maitre D'Hotel Butter (1896)
 Oyster Catchup (1851)
 Oyster Sauce (1805)
 Oyster Sauce (1851)
 Oyster Sauce (1896)
 Pontac Catsup (1845)
 Quin's Sauce (1845)
 Remoulade (1845)
 Sea Catchup (1851)
 Sharfe Fish Sauce (1903)
 Shrimp Chatney (1845)
 Shrimp Sauce (1805)
 Shrimp Sauce (1896)
 Tartar Sauce (1845)
 Tartar Sauce (1879)
 Sauce Tartare (1896)
 Tartare Sauce (1903)
 Tomato Sauce (1896)
 Sauce Tyrolienne (1896)
 White Sauce (1896)

GOOSEBERRY SAUCE FOR MACKEREL
(Modern Cookery, 1845)


Cut the stalks and tops from half to a whole pint of quite young gooseberries, wash them well, just cover them with cold water, and boil them very gently indeed, until they are tender; drain and mix them with a small quantity of melted butter, made with rather less flour than usual.

Some eaters prefer the mashed gooseberries without any addition, others like that of a little ginger. The best way of making this sauce is to turn the gooseberries into a hair-sieve to drain, them to press them through it with a wooden spoon, and to stir them in a clean stewpan or saucepan over the fire with from half to a whole teaspoonful of sugar, just to soften their extreme acidity, and a bit of fresh butter about the size of a walnut. When the fruit is not passed through the sieve it is an improvement to seed it.


 

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